Monday, October 13, 2014

WINNING STROKES: THINK DIFFERENT
Pipavav Defence and Offshore Eng Ltd, a Nikhil Gandhi company hit the 3rd consecutive buyer freeze today. The stock was recommended around Rs.38.75, a few weeks back. The scrip after giving a break out is moving up continuously; today it closed above its 21D SMA and EMA. 
Gitanjali Gems Ltd was given a buy call today at Rs.61.90, after my sources confirmed of its bright future outlook. The company has taken a number of measures to revamp its operations. Besides, falling international gold prices and the subsequent correction in India, could give a surge in demand for the yellow metal. Some analysts expect, that gold prices this Diwali could hit 3 year low. In May 2014, RBI eased import restrictions on Gold. The central bank permitted private agencies and banks to provide gold loans to the sector. But, the government has not lowered the import duty which is at 10%. According to The Indian Express, October 12, 2014:

Much to the delight of jewellers, Indian consumers are making a scramble for gold in the build-up to Diwali on October 23 after a lacklustre festive season last year.
Sales of gold jewellery and coins in October so far have accelerated in the range of 15-25 per cent more than a year before, although it is still early to firm up a precise forecast of demand this Diwali and Dhanteras, considered auspicious for the precious metal purchases. “After months of slowdown, things are finally beginning to look up,” a spokesperson for Tanishq, the country’s largest jewellery chain, said. “All the purchases that people had postponed are finally being made,” he said, adding that lower gold rates in recent days had helped accelerate demand.
B F Utilities Ltd, which was recommended around Rs.129-130, today closed at  Rs.647.15, up 18.31%. Intra-day, it hit the Upper Circuits at Rs.656.40. The stock earlier hit an all time high of Rs.817.95, in between.
IVRCL Ltd as was expected did  not break Rs.16, on the downside--some inputs were sent to the PAID GROUPS yesterday. Now, with September CPI inflation declining to 6.46% and vegetable inflation falling to 8.59%, the scrips in the infrastructure/road construction sector, could stage a comeback. 
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